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E1: 42: When SO Entry (P4210 or P42101) is Used to Change the Requested Date on the Kit Parent Line, the Line Types on the Component Lines is Changed to "S" (Doc ID 2878299.1)

Last updated on JUNE 21, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Entry - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Changing a Requested Date on a Kit Sales Order changes component line from "T" Line Type Back to "S" Line Type, putting inventory commitments against those component items.

Steps to Duplicate:

  1. Create a Kit Sales Order with W line type creating a manufacturing Work Order with two components. Both components have “S” line types.
  2. A version of Work Order Processing (R31410) is setup as follows
    1. Process Tab Option #1 (Generate Parts List and Routing Instructions) = 3 (Parts list and routing instructions)
    2. Sales/Config Tab Option #1 (Line Type) = T which is a Text line type.
    3. Sales/Config Tab Option #3 (Standard Cost Calculation) = 2 (Calculate standard cost only if it has not been calculated)
  3. Run the Work Order Processing (R31410) version with data selection on the Work Order Number.
  4. After the Work Order Processing (R31410) version is run the Line Type on the kit component lines was changed from S (stock) to T (text).
  5. Go back into the sales order and change the Requested Date on the Parent Line.
  6. The kit selection window is displayed with the “S” line type populated for each component line.
  7. After saving the order, the line type of the components is changed back to “S” from “T”.
  8. The Item Availability Inquiry (P41202) shows a quantity committed of 2 on the component lines which have “T” line types.


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